With the re-emergence of Wild Boar in recent years, its impact is increasingly felt in some parts of England, yet the animals themselves remain largely elusive and much still remains to be learned about them.
This one day workshop will start with a series of classroom sessions considering the boar’s history, behaviour and ecology, impacts, public perception and management. Our expert trainer will lead an afternoon walk in the Forest of Dean to look for field signs linked with this elusive mammal. A question and discussion session back at the study centre will complete the day. Please note that meals are not provided on this course.
Trainer: Alistair Hughes-Roden
Date and time: Please note due to current coronavirus restrictions this course is not running. Please check social media and the website for regular updates to our training programme.
Location: (Forest of Dean) Beechenhurst Lodge Visitor Centre, Speech House Road, Coleford, GL16 7EG
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